The EA Sports PGA Tour has been postponed to Spring 2023
Originally slated for a Spring 2022 release, EA has announced that it will be postponed EA Sports PGA Tour to spring 2023.
The game will be the only place where you can play all four major championships including Masters Tournament, PGA Championship, US Open Championship and The Open Championship.
You can also build your own career by playing The Players Championship, The FedExCup Playoffs and The Amundi Evian Championship.
True to the real PGA Tour season, you can earn FedExCup Points throughout the in-game career mode to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs, with the best golfers at the end of the year getting a chance to win the FedExCup. The Korn Ferry Tour also returns in career mode, allowing you to hone your skills before joining the PGA Tour.
The five major championships of the LPGA Tour are included, giving you the opportunity to play as multiple female athletes and create a female golfer in the newly revamped Create-A-Player feature. Iona Stephen will also join the EA commentary team as the first female course commentator in the game.
PGA Tour golfers are authentically recreated in-game using the PGA Tour’s proprietary real-time scoring system. The game also uses ShotLink data, which provides a lot of data that is incorporated into the game’s development, resulting in accurate player ratings and skills. For an additional layer of authenticity, data from TrackMan is also integrated, allowing developers to “perfect gameplay” and create numerous statistics such as club tuning.
When the game releases next spring, it will be the first game in the series since Rory McIlroy PGA Tour released in 2015.
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